Pursuing racial reconciliation through honest education, intentional conversation, and meaningful action
Pursuing racial reconciliation through honest education, intentional conversation, and meaningful action.
- Reshaping American church missions from a charity, assimilation and parental model to one of humble learners in need of partnership from a rich and culturally-diverse body.
- Giving space for Native Americans to speak and participate in American politics and policy issues such as immigration reform and national elections.
- Equipping and empowering Native American Christians to participate in missions from the context of indigenous cultures and world views
- Encouraging Native Americans to embrace their God-given cultural characteristics that result in authentic worship of the Creator and his son Jesus.
- Empowering Native Americans to embrace their collective role as the host peoples of this land, and offering this “nation of immigrants” wisdom, leadership and adoption.
- Racial reconciliation
- Operating out authority rather than from a position of power
- Embracing the discomfort than comes from diversity
- Ministry that is both contextual to the poor and prophetic to the rich
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